Collection: Dabbing Tools

A dabbing tool also known as a dabber is an object that is generally the shape of a small rod with either one different shaped end or a different shape tool on each end. Dabbers are made from many different materials such as glass, quartz and the most popular two are the stainless steel and titanium varsities. A dab tool is used to pick up legal concentrates, the shape of the end of the dabbing tool is what dictates what concentrates that you will be able to pick up with the tool. Runny or loose extracts will require a spoon or shovel type end so you can scoop up the concentrates, while drier products can be picked up with the sharper pick styled ends. Dabbing tools come in many different shapes and sizes, there are the standard shapes along with the very create options like the titanium swords and artistic glass dabbers made by glass artists. They are also available for sale as dabbing tool sets and kits.

Dabbing Tools FAQ

What is a dabber?

A dabber or dab tool is a small tool used to transfer legal concentrates to either a nail or quartz banger. They are an essential part of any dabbing set-up as the place a barrier between yourself and the heat of the nail or quartz banger which will burn you if it is touched.

What is the best DAB tool?

The best dab tool is one that suits your needs and budget, there are many different dab tools available and each one has its own uses. The main thing to look for is that it is made from a quality material and the shape of the tools suits your needs. There are tons of different shaped tools from very broad and flat heads to shovel shaped and even thinner pick styled tools.

Can I use a screwdriver as a dabber?

We would advise against using a screwdriver as a dabbing tool, although if you must use one please make sure it is extremely clean (as in new) and you know which metal it is made out of. We can only suggest making sure it is made from stainless steel and not steel coated in chrome.

Can you dab with stainless steel?

Stainless steel is perfectly fine to use as a dabbing tool as the tool itself is not being heated with the flame.

How do I choose a dab tool?

Firstly you need to make sure the dabber is heat resistant and made from a suitably safe material such as titanium, stainless steel, quartz or borosilicate glass. Next you will need to decide on the shape of the tool and most notably the shape of the head as this is the part that you will be using to pick up and place your concentrates.

How much does a dab tool cost?

Dab tools start at under $10 and quickly move up depending on the quality, brand and material used to make the dabber. Some tools are even gold plated and this as you can expect increases the price.